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Author Topic: SOPA strike  (Read 24289 times)

Ghostface
Jan 19, 2012, 10:27:04 PM
Reply #75 on: Jan 19, 2012, 10:27:04 PM
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Crazy Rich is back and he's figured out he's been trolled.

1. S.O.P.A hasn't even been passed yet.

2. First Bood quotes my "suck my..." post as removed yet I can still see my own original post just fine. It doesn't make sense to black out the quote of my post but not my original post, unless their f**king morons.

3. The one clai that facebook is experienceing it too. I searched over many pages and saw nothing at all.

4. They failed the first test when I "stole" lyrics from a song and nothing was done.

5. Avatars and signatures are still safe.

6. I believe through messages I'm not just being trolled, I'm being trolled on a massive scale.

7. Other areas on AvPG seem normal.

8. By chance I'm wrong, they are just blocking what they don't want to hear so they can sleep better at night, but point #2 gives me doubts.

It's a conspiracy man. The whole world is in on it.  ;)

Why are we throwing stupid jokes around? This is a protest about SOPA and PIPA.

Anonymous are planning a March on Washington DC and many other activities. It's supposedly going to be even bigger than the Scientology protests.

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/281259/20120113/sopa-anonymous-extends-opblackout-protest-non-citizens.htm

With Operation Blackout, the hacktivists have pledged for the first time to take to the streets and protest actively against the US government. "This is where we draw the line. This is when we leave our computers. This is when we take out our masks and defy the corrupt rule of law. This is when we revolt. The time has come for you to accept the truth and join us in overthrowing yet another corrupt military regime," reads the statement.

I don't think it'll do much good, but good on them for trying.






RagingDragon
Jan 19, 2012, 10:43:37 PM
Reply #80 on: Jan 19, 2012, 10:43:37 PM
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Why are we throwing stupid jokes around? This is a protest about SOPA and PIPA.

Anonymous are planning a March on Washington DC and many other activities. It's supposedly going to be even bigger than the Scientology protests.

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/281259/20120113/sopa-anonymous-extends-opblackout-protest-non-citizens.htm

With Operation Blackout, the hacktivists have pledged for the first time to take to the streets and protest actively against the US government. "This is where we draw the line. This is when we leave our computers. This is when we take out our masks and defy the corrupt rule of law. This is when we revolt. The time has come for you to accept the truth and join us in overthrowing yet another corrupt military regime," reads the statement.
"Accept the truth and join us in overthrowing yet another corrupt military regime?"

That's a truly idiotic thing to say about the US.  Sorry, college kid, but apparently you have no idea what a corrupt military regime is.

I hope he doesn't represent the entire protest.


Gate
Jan 19, 2012, 10:56:50 PM
Reply #81 on: Jan 19, 2012, 10:56:50 PM
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The Protests against the Government are in response to The  National Defense Authorization Act as well as SOPA and PIPA


Ghostface
Jan 19, 2012, 11:04:28 PM
Reply #82 on: Jan 19, 2012, 11:04:28 PM
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Perhaps they should've protested the NDAA before it was signed in


RagingDragon
Jan 19, 2012, 11:07:51 PM
Reply #83 on: Jan 19, 2012, 11:07:51 PM
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Okay, so the bill has text in it that's related to homeland security and national defense.  But "corrupt military regime" is so far off the mark and bogus, just trying to hype people up that know nothing about whats going on.  I think it makes the whole thing lose credibility.


Gate
Jan 19, 2012, 11:09:03 PM
Reply #84 on: Jan 19, 2012, 11:09:03 PM
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The White House had stated before-hand that the bill would not pass in it's current state


Look what happened


They said the same about SOPA, so people wanted to make sure they were correct.


The NDAA allows the Executive branch to assassinate, arrest, and kill people without any investigation more than probable cause. if you're missing a finger, if you're stocking up weeks forth of food rations, you're a terrorist if they say so.


Ghostface
Jan 19, 2012, 11:10:50 PM
Reply #85 on: Jan 19, 2012, 11:10:50 PM
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If you're stock piling food, you probably scare the shit out of politicians so technically they would be correct.



Predator Queen
Jan 20, 2012, 01:18:17 AM
Reply #87 on: Jan 20, 2012, 01:18:17 AM
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Crazy Rich is back and he's figured out he's been trolled.

1. S.O.P.A hasn't even been passed yet.

2. First Bood quotes my "suck my..." post as removed yet I can still see my own original post just fine. It doesn't make sense to black out the quote of my post but not my original post, unless their f**king morons.

3. The one clai that facebook is experienceing it too. I searched over many pages and saw nothing at all.

4. They failed the first test when I "stole" lyrics from a song and nothing was done.

5. Avatars and signatures are still safe.

6. I believe through messages I'm not just being trolled, I'm being trolled on a massive scale.

7. Other areas on AvPG seem normal.

8. By chance I'm wrong, they are just blocking what they don't want to hear so they can sleep better at night, but point #2 gives me doubts.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dI6mPDCqEo#



RagingDragon
Jan 20, 2012, 01:33:53 AM
Reply #89 on: Jan 20, 2012, 01:33:53 AM
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The White House had stated before-hand that the bill would not pass in it's current state


Look what happened


They said the same about SOPA, so people wanted to make sure they were correct.


The NDAA allows the Executive branch to assassinate, arrest, and kill people without any investigation more than probable cause. if you're missing a finger, if you're stocking up weeks forth of food rations, you're a terrorist if they say so.

The Executive branch?  Like, The President?  If you hadn't noticed, he could probably do that anyway.  He's the president.  He could assassinate you, as well as kill you.  ^. 

But look, if you want to exaggerate "probable cause" to mean that you were hoarding food, if you think the government could assassinate/kill somebody and that kind of evidence would stand up in court, and the entire nation wouldn't pump their shotguns and run out the front door screaming, then well, Ima have to disagree.  Strongly.

This country still has a backbone, as well as a constitution.  I think it's the right thing to protest these laws, but I also think that it's crucial that people look at the situation realistically, so they can have a logical response to it.

If people are so paranoid that they start believing that our government has >the money, >the time, or, >the desire to kill a random American citizen that watches too much Alex Jones and try and say that it was probably (see what I did there?) cause for engaging a "suspected terrorist" on American soil, with weapons, then that's just too much Alex Jones.

It doesn't work that way, and when it does, shit really goes down.  I mean, people in America aren't so dumb that they can't see the end when it cometh.  That's why we all. have. bloody. guns.


 

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